Nippon Color to promote Screen’s products in India

Product range includes CTP machines and digital label printing solutions

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Screen's complete product portfolio includes offset CTP, flexo CTP, UV inkjet label press, etc.

Nippon Color has announced its partnership with Screen Graphic Solutions, a manufacturer and supplier of production systems for the prepress and printing industries, for its complete product portfolio in India. 

The alliance will allow Nippon Color, a leading pre-press equipment and digital printing solutions provider, to continue supporting its large customer base in the Indian printing industry with the latest innovations.

Screen Solutions’ range of equipment includes the Truepress Jet series of large format inkjet printers, UV inkjet label presses, sheet-fed and web-fed inkjet presses, the Equios workflow system, RIPs, and offset & flexo computer-to-plate (CTP) systems.

Nippon Color has announced the availability of the sales and service of Screen in India as they aim to help print providers grow and diversify their businesses and become more profitable.

Screen was originally introduced in the Indian market by the Nippon Group in 1972, grabbing a majority market share for their imagesetters and CTP devices. 

We are delighted to associate with Screen again after sharing a long successful relationship with them in the past. We sold over 600 CTP/CTCP machines in a span of 15 years. The brand name Screen with Nippon Color resonated with trust and reliability and we want to bring that faith back to our customers,” Jayant Pardiwala, CEO of Nippon Color, said. 

We are particularly excited about the new PlateRite series of Thermal CTP, and Flexo CTP systems which are offered with an optional magnetic drum for steel-based plates.”

While the CTP market remains key to Nippon Color, they are also putting emphasis on digital technologies. Digital label printing is growing as more and more flexo printers realize the importance of print-on-demand. 

Screen’s Truepress Jet allows label converters a shorter-turnaround time to market with the benefit of customization. The Truepress Jet L350UV SAI Series offers seven inks to ensure superior color reproduction while an extra printhead provides optimum scalability.

Our vision at Nippon Color is to help our industry to transition from analog to digital technologies in a way that it complements print providers’ existing set-up. Screen is known for their innovative and reliable solutions and we are excited to work with them to develop a strong network throughout India,” said Akshat Pardiwala, COO of Nippon Color.

India is an important market and it is crucial for Screen to have a representation that can reach and assist customers in the country. This co-operation will give customers reliable solutions to choose from with a strong service back-up from Nippon Color. 

Nippon Color will be directly working with GA Dynamic, the exclusive agent of Screen Solutions. The main activities of GA Dynamic include sales and technical support on Screen products to their dealers and customers in Southeast Asia, South Asia and Maldives, sales territories of 15 countries. 

Nippon Color’s customer-centric approach in the Indian market has enabled us yet again to put our trust in them with our complete product portfolio. We look forward to our strong partnership”, said Yong, CEO of GA Dynamic.

Screen’s solutions are known for their ability to streamline printing processes and improve the quality of production. The portfolio allows printers and converters to become leaders in their respective markets.

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